The High Anti-Corruption Court refused to apply sanctions in the form of recovery of the share in Alliance Holding LLC of Russian citizen Eduard Khudainatov, which manages a network of Shell gas stations in Ukraine. This was announced by the head of the Department of Sanctions Policy of the Ministry of Justice Inna Bogatykh. The lawyers asked to recover 49% of the company's authorized capital.
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At the same time, the court satisfied the claim for the recovery of 100% of the share in the capital of NK Alliance-Ukraine LLC.
“After the start of the full-scale invasion, the parent company (the Netherlands) increased the authorized capital, diluting Khudainatov’s share in Alliance Holding LLC to 2.56%. Permissions from local authorized bodies were obtained,” Bogatykh said.
According to her, the raised funds only partially arrived at the Ukrainian enterprise and were listed as working capital, in the form of loans, irrevocable financial assistance and were not included in the authorized capital .
The representative of the Ministry of Justice stated that the funds were immediately used to ensure the economic activities of the companies, including for settlements with NK Alliance-Ukraine LLC, which the department associates with Khudaynatov.
“The VAKS decision is not satisfied. We are preparing an appeal,” wrote Bogatykh.